Storage solutions don’t just make your home and office spaces look better. Extra storage also protects your relationships from many common sources of tension. Look at a few of the ways you can keep your possessions from coming in between you and the people you care about.
Reconcile different styles. As much as you love your spouse, you may have very different expectations about housekeeping. Having a storage unit can make you both happy. One of you gets to enjoy a living room free of Star Wars memorabilia while the other feels comfortable knowing that their collectibles are in a safe place.
Combine households. Setting up house together means knowing how to compromise. Negotiating which bedroom set to keep, and which to put in storage is good practice for your future.
Break up gracefully. On the other hand, not all relationships are destined to last forever, and some people do manage to remain friends. That’s more likely if your stuff is stored off-site instead of in your ex’s garage.
Keep your family healthy. Maintaining a clean house is a lot easier without piles of stuff in the way. Clearing off floors and stairs also reduces the risk of falls.
Entertain more. Hang onto your friends and expand your professional network by being a good host. Stop using your dining room table for storage, and start throwing more parties.
If your relationships are priceless, how much would you be willing to pay for extra storage? Fortunately, our competitively priced self-storage units provide a value far beyond their cost. Contact us today to learn more.